Commercial Horticulture and Research

We are proud to be New Zealand's agents for Valoya LED Grow Lights. Most of the world’s largest agriculture companies rely on Valoya for their LED Grow Lights.


Valoya’s LED grow lights are designed and manufactured in Finland and adhere to the highest quality standards. Valoya helps growers and researchers reach their cultivation targets efficiently. The core of Valoya’s technology is a high quality, finely balanced, wide LED light spectrum.

Successful plant production demands high quality indoor LED grow lights – in this regard, Valoya has become the quality leader of this industry, having thus far supplied some of the world’s largest AG companies, research institutes and universities. Having illuminated the chambers and greenhouses of these growers makes Valoya a globally significant contributor to the food and medicine production efficiency.

Valoya’s LED grow lights are designed to accelerate the growth and efficiency of the plant production whereby the LED lights have been optimised through more than 500 research projects implemented in collaboration with the Wageningen University, Max Planck Institute, Julius Kühn-Institut, John Innes Centre,  Rothamsted Research etc.

Valoya’s LED grow lights boast the widest light spectra with highest CRI value (color rendering index) in the industry, offering eye-friendly LED grow lights that reflect plant colours faithfully. With its consistent focus on photobiology research and LED technology development, Valoya has been granted 100 patents thus far.

Valoya advises its customers on the number of luminaires and their positioning in respect to the plants, in order to achieve optimal light distribution and subsequently optimal plant growth. They use externally sourced light planning services as well as their own proprietary light planning technology to develop free-of-charge, comprehensive light plans.

IMPORTANT: Valoya sells LED grow lights for the cultivation of medical plants (e.g. Cannabis sativa) only in those countries where it is legal to do so and only to those customers who are in possession of appropriate cultivation licences, as defined by local laws.

Please contact us for more information, light planning and pricing.